And the tech highlights of the past week were…

Deepak Gupta
Deepak Gupta August 14, 2022
Updated 2022/08/14 at 10:26 PM

Because our priority is the quality of the information that reaches our readers, we have chosen some articles published over the past week that reflect the most relevant aspects of the technological world at Pplware.

We talked about the new Galaxy Z Flip4 and Galaxy Z Fold4, the new humanoid robot CyberOne, we reviewed the Doogee S61 Pro smartphone, and much more.

Why bring energy storage devices with you if the human being himself can generate constant electricity that serves to charge the devices? Yes, this is still in the limbo of the imagination and an incredible future. However, today it is already possible to extract electricity from sweat. There is a new biofilm that can extract clean energy from sweat.

When these innovations move from paper, from the laboratory, to everyday life, each person will be their own source of electricity. Amazing, right?

Image microbial film that produces energy through sweat

Robots already replace humans in many more mechanical and methodical activities, and beyond. If this worries some skeptics, now we know that a group of researchers tried to teach a machine to follow lego building instruction manuals.

If you need help to entertain yourself, the solution is being born.


Intel has already realized that betting on the segment of graphics cards makes perfect sense these days. The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a sharp shortage of these chips, which has highlighted the huge demand that exists in this market.

In this way, the manufacturer has already presented some models of its Intel Arc graphics line and, more recently, revealed to the world the new range of Arc Pro models, intended for the professional sector.

Xioami is currently a reference brand in various market segments. In the area of ​​mobility, the company has very interesting solutions and an example of this are the new Xiaomi Electric Scooter 4 Pro and Xiaomi Electric Scooter 3 Lite.

These two Scooter models are now available in Portugal. Know the specs and price.

Xiaomi Electric Scooter 4 Pro arrives in Portugal for €799.99

Creativity can lead to amazing projects and small businesses can start from them. At a time when any extra income is welcome, we suggest a laser machine that allows engraving and cutting of various materials.

XTool D1 PRO is a top option that surprises with its results.

XTool D1 PRO - the high-performance laser engraving and cutting machine

Samsung's bet on foldables is a counter-cycle to the conventional market. But the brand does not disarm and now launches the new Galaxy Z Flip4 and Galaxy Z Fold4.

Pplware already had access to these smartphones and now it shows you everything.

Galaxy Z Flip4 Z Fold4 Samsung smartphones

Worldwide, millions of people live with the diagnosis of cancer. Constant research, in an area of ​​intervention as important as cancer, is unquestionably necessary.

A group of Italian researchers say they have discovered a cancer vaccine.

Italian researchers discover cancer vaccine

Xiaomi has always been a brand that likes to innovate and invest in new areas, although it often doesn't bring all its proposals to the global market. Still, it shows its own technology that is the future of the brand.

In the presentation that took place yesterday, Xiaomi showed something completely different that reveals what its future could be. CyberOne is their humanoid robot, said to be able to feel emotions.

CyberOne Xiaomi humanoid robot

Bezior has just presented a new hybrid mountain bike, that is, it can be moved with the help of a battery or simply with the strength of legs. The E-Bike Bezior X Plus is a robust model, with 26 x 4 inch wheels, aluminum alloy structure and folding.

The bike promises up to 130 km of autonomy and reaches a top speed of 25 km/h, but there is more.

E-Bike Bezior X Plus - the new folding electric mountain bike

Cubot has just released its third rugged smartphone in the "mini" segment, the Cubot KingKong Mini2 Pro, an improved version of the KingKong Mini2.

If you are looking for a cheap smartphone that takes up little space in your pocket and, at the same time, is robust enough for demanding situations, the new Cubot KingKong Mini2 Pro could be the solution. Know everything.

Cubot launches rugged smartphone Cubot KingKong Mini2 Pro, with 4-inch screen

Having a robust smartphone is a necessity for many people with dirtier jobs or more accident-prone conditions, or for the more adventurous or distracted. Doogee is one of the manufacturers that stands out in this segment and today we bring the analysis to the Doogee S61 Pro.

In addition to all the specifications that make it a rugged phone, there is also a concern from the manufacturer to offer a smartphone with a design that turns out to be switchable and distinct from the competition.

Review: Doogee S61 Pro, a rugged smartphone where design is also valued

While the lines of the next generation, whether of processors or graphics cards, still do not effectively reach the market, a lot of information continues to arrive 'through the horse's door', but which already elucidates us a little better about what we can expect from the equipment.

As such, recent information puts the performance of the upcoming Intel Core i9-13900K processor, from the Raptor Lake lineup, being 68% higher than the current best gaming CPU from AMD, the 5800X3D model.

IBM is not a company that is always in the spotlight, and despite being powerful and innovative, we hear news about it from far and wide. But usually these same news are important to the tech world.

In this way, the latest information indicates that the American company is preparing its first quantum supercomputer with more than 4 thousand qubits. This machine is expected to arrive in the year 2025.

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